Jaimie B. Field, Esq. Bio
Jaimie B. Field, Esq. has been involved in the legal industry since the age of twelve. She worked at her grandfather’s law firm in NYC and her father’s firm in New Jersey during breaks from school. It was because of that experience that she wanted to attend law school and become an attorney.
She enjoyed her years at Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia and was lucky to obtain a job upon graduation as an in-house associate for a start-up entertainment company owned by the Jackson Family. As it was a brand new company, there were very few people on staff, so she began being called upon to perform tasks other than those related to law, including business development, marketing and public relations. It was there she discovered a passion and natural talent for that aspect of her job.
Thus began a 20 year odyssey to learn and apply all aspects of marketing to help companies grow.
Even though Jaimie was fully entrenched in the marketing arena, she had never gotten far away from the law. Companies she worked with would enlist her help with projects which utilized the skills and knowledge she learned in law school.
Seeing a business opportunity, Jaimie opened Marketing Field, LLC in 2002. It would become a marketing and business development consultancy devoted solely to law firms to help them grow by finding ethical solutions to getting new clients and marketing their firms.
In 2008, Marketing Field’s focus shifted and became The-Rain-Maker. Jaimie has been training and coaching her clients to become Rainmakers, growing their books of business. Now, celebrating 15 years working with attorneys, she spends all of her time teaching attorneys business development and marketing skills via seminars, coaching and workshops.
She has an amazing talent for creating profitable perspectives and by listening to her clients and teaching them to do the same; she helps them develop strategies based on their individual personalities. The result is the ability to open doors to growing their businesses ethically, even if they have already been shut.
Her seminars are always entertaining and informative and she has found a way to motivate attorneys when they can’t seem to motivate themselves.